Best Hot Springs In British Columbia Worth Traveling For

If you’re in desperate need of some R&R, there’s a ton of awesome hot springs around British Columbia that will relax and rejuvenate you.

Whether you’re looking to relax your muscles or just escape from the city, check out some of the top spots below.

Hot Springs Cove

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These hot springs are part of the Maquinna Marine Provincial Park (near Tofino) on the west coast of Vancouver Island. The water is heated to 109 degrees celsius but will cool down to around 50 degrees celsius.

Ram Creek Hot Springs

Just an hour away from Lussier Hot Springs, the Ram Creek springs offer a relaxing escape. The springs are more luke warm at 30 degrees celsius to 35 degrees celsius.

Liard River Hot Springs

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This is the second largest hot springs in all of Canada. Located in Northern BC in Liard River Hot Springs Provincial Park. The springs are set in the middle of a lush spruce forest, with temperatures ranging from 42 degrees celsius to 52 degrees celsius.

Ainsworth Hot Springs

Located in the Kootenay-Rockies area, these springs are a must-see. One of the pools is located inside a 150-foot horseshoe-shaped cave.

Lussier Hot Springs

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There’s a little bit of a hike is required to get to to this unique spot, which is located near Whiteswan Lake Provincial Park. The springs are a favourite for campers and wilderness enthusiasts.

Harrison Hot Springs

These healing waters are located just a couple hours from Vancouver, in Harrison. The pools are located at the luxury resort and are intended for hotel guests only. There’s also a public pool nearby with hot spring water pumped into it.

 

Where you’re go to spot to relax in British Columbia? Let us know in the comments below.

Looking to add to your adventure? Check out the top scuba diving locations across the province, or spend a night with nature by renting one of these unique tree houses.

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Meagan Gill

Meagan is the Associate Editor at 604 Now. She studied Journalism at Mount Royal University. She is passionate about Vancouver and enjoys writing about the people, issues and events that shape our city. In her spare time, Meagan is interested in photography, loves to spend time outdoors, and volunteers for Big Sisters.

  • Mandy

    Harrison Hot Springs are pathetic. Take a trip to Japan to see how a hot springs attraction spot should look and feel and function!